New Massachusetts Regulations Could Send Churchgoers To Jail For Not Capitulating To Transgenderism’s Beliefs
The LGBT activist community can put one up on the board against the the private practice of religion in Massachusetts, due to new regulatory language that forces churches to recognize gender identities from transgendered individuals.
According to the “guidance,” any church that holds secular events, such as sponsored fairs, or social gatherings, must adhere to transgendered individuals identities…or else. That “or else,” being a fine upward of $2,500, or a years worth of jail time, or both. This may also include damages to the aggrieved.
Problem is, many church gatherings that are considered “secular,” aren’t really secular at all. In fact, they’re still church functions with that attempt a pressure free intro into the church for potential converts. The event is still has religious aims and overtones, the only thing that makes it “secular” is that they aren’t stopping to sing worship songs, or listening to a sermon. – READ MORE